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Second E. M. S. Namboodiripad ministry

The Council of Ministers of Legislative Assembly, Kerala state was the Council of Ministers, the executive wing of state government, in the Indian state of Kerala. The ministry was led by Communist Party of India leader E. M. S. Namboodiripad fro ...

                                               

Third Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee ministry

Subhas Chakraborty - Transport, Youth Services, Sports Kshiti Goswami – PWD Pratim Chatterjee - Fire services, Emergency Services Kanti Ganguly - Sunderbans Development Affairs Abdur Razzak Molla - Land & Land Reforms Dr Asim Dasgupta - Finance, ...

                                               

V. S. Achuthanandan ministry

The V. S. Achuthanandan ministry was a Kerala government ministry formed on 18 May 2006 by V. S. Achuthanandan, after the victory of the Left Democratic Front coalition in the 2006 Kerala Legislative Assembly election. It was dissolved on 16 May ...

                                               

Babubhai Patel ministry

Babubhai J. Patel became Chief Minister of Gujarat twice. In 1974 Chimanbhai Patel resigned from the post of Chief Minister due to Nav Nirman movement and the assembly was dissolved. On subsequent election to the assembly Babubhai Patel became th ...

                                               

First Devi Lal ministry

Devi Lal twice became Chief Minister of Haryana. First time he was chief minister from 21 June 1977 to 28 June 1979. Here is the list of ministers in his first ministry:

                                               

Tamil Nadu Council of Ministers

The Tamil Nadu Council of Ministers is the executive wing of Government of Tamil Nadu and headed by State Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palanisamy who is the real head of government and leader of the state cabinet. The current state council of minis ...

                                               

Third Jayalalitha ministry

The fifteenth legislative assembly election was held on 13 April 2011 to elect members from 234 constituencies in Tamil Nadu. Results were released on 13 May 2011. Two major parties Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Ka ...

                                               

Governor of Abia State

The office of the Governor of Abia State is an elective position. The governor of Abia State is the chief executive of the state and its executive branch. Eight different people have served as governor of Abia State since the state was created on ...

                                               

George Edward Knox

Sir George Edward Knox was a British Indian judge who worked in the high court of Allahabad. He was known for his knowledge of Indian languages and his ability to work without the need for translators. Knox was born in Madras where his father, Ge ...

                                               

Alaska Court of Appeals

The Alaska Court of Appeals is an intermediate court of appeals in the State of Alaskas judicial department, created in 1980 by the Alaska Legislature as an additional appellate court to lessen the burden on the Alaska Supreme Court. The court of ...

                                               

Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court, First Judicial Department

The First Department of the Appellate Division holds jurisdiction over the Counties of New York and the Bronx. Appeals are taken to the Appellate Division, as a matter of right, in civil and criminal cases, from the Supreme Court, Surrogate’s Cou ...

                                               

California Courts of Appeal

The California Courts of Appeal are the state intermediate appellate courts in the U.S. state of California. The state is geographically divided along county lines into six appellate districts. The Courts of Appeal form the largest state-level in ...

                                               

Colorado Court of Appeals

The Colorado Court of Appeals is the intermediate-level appellate court for the state of Colorado. It was established by statute in 1891, and abolished in 1905. But re-established in 1913, and re-abolished in 1917 and established its current form ...

                                               

Connecticut Appellate Court

The Connecticut Appellate Court is the court of first appeals for all cases arising from the Connecticut Superior Courts. Its creation in 1983 required Connecticuts voters and legislature to amend the states constitution. The court heard its firs ...

                                               

Fifth Court of Appeals of Texas

The Fifth Court of Appeals of Texas is one of the 14 Texas Courts of Appeals. It currently sits in Dallas, Texas. It has simultaneously both the smallest Court of Appeals jurisdictional geographic size, and the largest composition.

                                               

Florida District Courts of Appeal

The Florida District Courts of Appeal are the intermediate appellate courts of the Florida state court system. There are five DCAs: The First District Court of Appeal is headquartered in Tallahassee The Fourth District Court of Appeal is headquar ...

                                               

Georgia Court of Appeals

The Legislature increased the size of the court to seven judges in 1960, and then to nine judges in three divisions in 1961. The requirement for all criminal cases to be heard in one division was repealed in 1967. In 1996, Governor Zell Miller su ...

                                               

Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals

The Hawaii State Intermediate Court of Appeals is the intermediate appellate court of the Hawaii State Judiciary. It has jurisdiction over appeals from lower courts and agencies. The ICA is composed of one chief judge and five associate judges, w ...

                                               

Illinois Appellate Court

The Illinois Appellate Court is the court of first appeal for civil and criminal cases rising in the Illinois Circuit Courts. Three Illinois Appellate Court judges hear each case and the concurrence of two is necessary to render a decision. The I ...

                                               

Kentucky Court of Appeals

The Kentucky Court of Appeals is the lower of Kentuckys two appellate courts, under the Kentucky Supreme Court. Prior to a 1975 amendment to the Kentucky Constitution the Kentucky Court of Appeals was the only appellate court in Kentucky. The Cou ...

                                               

List of state intermediate appellate courts

41 of the 50 states have an intermediate appellate court, and nine do not. Some of the states that do have intermediate appellate courts have more than one, such as Alabama, which has one intermediate appellate court for civil matters and another ...

                                               

Louisiana Circuit Courts of Appeal

The Louisiana Circuit Courts of Appeal are the intermediate appellate courts for the state of Louisiana. There are five circuits, each covering a different group of parishes. Each circuit is subdivided into three districts. As with the Louisiana ...

                                               

Maryland Court of Special Appeals

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals is the intermediate appellate court for the U.S. state of Maryland. The Court of Special Appeals was created in 1966 in response to the rapidly growing caseload in the Maryland Court of Appeals. Like the stat ...

                                               

Massachusetts Appeals Court

The Massachusetts Appeals Court is the intermediate appellate court of Massachusetts. It was created in 1972 as a court of general appellate jurisdiction. The court is located at the John Adams Courthouse at Pemberton Square in Boston, the same b ...

                                               

Minnesota Court of Appeals

The Court of Appeals has jurisdiction over most appeals from the state trial courts, including the Minnesota District Courts, and from many decisions of state agencies and local governments. The only exceptions to this grant of jurisdiction are s ...

                                               

Mississippi Court of Appeals

The Mississippi Court of Appeals is the intermediate-level appellate court for the state of Mississippi. A creation of the Mississippi Legislature, the court began operations in 1995 for the purpose of relieving a backlog of cases before the Supr ...

                                               

Missouri Court of Appeals

The Missouri Court of Appeals is the intermediate appellate court for the state of Missouri. The court handles most of the appeals from the Missouri Circuit Courts. The court is divided into three geographic districts: Eastern, Western, and South ...

                                               

New Jersey Superior Court

The Superior Court is the state court in the U.S. state of New Jersey, with statewide trial and appellate jurisdiction. The New Jersey Constitution of 1947 establishes the power of the New Jersey courts. Under the State Constitution, "judicial po ...

                                               

New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division

The New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division is the intermediate appellate court in New Jersey. "The Appellate Division of New Jerseys Superior Court is the first level appellate court, with appellate review authority over final judgments of ...

                                               

New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division

The Appellate Divisions of the Supreme Court of the State of New York are the intermediate appellate courts in New York State. There are four Appellate Divisions, one in each of the states four Judicial Departments.

                                               

North Carolina Court of Appeals

The North Carolina Court of Appeals is the only intermediate appellate court in the state of North Carolina. It is composed of fifteen members who sit in rotating panels of three. The Court of Appeals was created by the North Carolina General Ass ...

                                               

Ohio District Courts of Appeals

The Ohio District Courts of Appeals are the intermediate appellate courts of the U.S. state of Ohio. The Ohio Constitution provides for courts of appeals that have jurisdiction to review final appealable orders. There are twelve appellate distric ...

                                               

Ohio Eleventh District Court of Appeals

The Ohio Eleventh District Court of Appeals is one of twelve appellate courts in Ohio. It is a state court. The Eleventh District is composed of five counties: Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, Portage, and Trumbull. When a lower court in one of those fiv ...

                                               

Ohio Seventh District Court of Appeals

The Ohio Seventh District Court of Appeals is one of the twelve Ohio District Courts of Appeal, the state intermediate appellate courts of Ohio. It has jurisdiction over eight counties: Belmont, Carroll, Columbiana, Harrison, Jefferson, Mahoning, ...

                                               

Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals

The Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals is an intermediate appellate court in the state of Oklahoma. Cases are assigned to it by the Oklahoma Supreme Court, the states highest court for civil matters. The court consists of twelve judges divided into ...

                                               

Oregon Court of Appeals

The Oregon Court of Appeals is the state intermediate appellate court in the US state of Oregon. Part of the Oregon Judicial Department, it has thirteen judges and is located in Salem. Except for death penalty cases, which are reserved to the Ore ...

                                               

Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania

The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania is one of Pennsylvanias two intermediate appellate courts. The Commonwealth Courts headquarters is in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The Superior Court of Pennsylvania is the other intermediate appellate court in ...

                                               

Superior Court of Pennsylvania

The Superior Court of Pennsylvania is one of two Pennsylvania intermediate appellate courts, the other being the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania. Appeal to the Superior Court is generally of right from final decisions of the Court of Common Pl ...

                                               

South Carolina Court of Appeals

The Court of Appeals hears most appeals from the Circuit Courts and Family Courts of South Carolina that do not fall within the seven classes of cases over which the South Carolina Supreme Court exercises exclusive jurisdiction. Those seven class ...

                                               

Texas Courts of Appeals

The Texas Courts of Appeals are part of the Texas judicial system. In Texas, all cases appealed from district and county courts, criminal and civil, go to one of the fourteen intermediate courts of appeals, with one exception: death penalty cases ...

                                               

Court of Appeals of Virginia

The Court of Appeals of Virginia, established January 1, 1985, is an eleven-judge body that hears appeals from decisions of Virginias circuit courts and the Virginia Workers Compensation Commission. The Court sits in panels of at least three judg ...

                                               

Washington Court of Appeals

The Washington Court of Appeals is the intermediate level appellate court for the state of Washington. The court is divided into three divisions. Division I is based in Seattle, Division II is based in Tacoma, and Division III is based in Spokane.

                                               

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals is an intermediate appellate court which reviews contested decisions of the Wisconsin circuit courts. The Court of Appeals was created in August 1978 to alleviate the Wisconsin Supreme Courts rising number of appell ...

                                               

Alabama Circuit Courts

The Alabama Circuit Courts are the state trial courts of general jurisdiction in the State of Alabama. The Circuit Courts have jurisdiction to hear civil and criminal cases. For civil cases, the courts has authority to try cases with an amount in ...

                                               

Arkansas Circuit Courts

There are 23 numbered judicial circuits; however, five circuits are split, resulting in 28 judicial circuits. Each has five divisions: criminal, civil, probate, domestic relations, and juvenile. Each circuit covers at least one of Arkansass 75 co ...

                                               

Florida circuit courts

The Florida circuit courts are state courts, and are trial courts of original jurisdiction for most controversies. In Florida, the circuit courts are one of four types of courts created by the Florida Constitution. The circuit courts primarily ha ...

                                               

Illinois circuit courts

The Illinois circuit courts are state courts of the U.S. state of Illinois. They are trial courts of original jurisdiction. There are 24 judicial circuits in the state, each comprising one or more of Illinois 102 counties. The jurisdiction of six ...

                                               

Circuit Court of Cook County

The Circuit Court of Cook County is the largest of the 24 circuits in Illinois as well as one of the largest unified court systems in the United States - second only in size to the Superior Court of Los Angeles County since that court merged with ...

                                               

Kentucky Circuit Courts

The Circuit Courts are trial courts with original jurisdiction in cases involving capital offenses and other felonies; land disputes; contested probates of wills; and civil lawsuits in disputes with an amount in controversy over $5.000. Circuit c ...

                                               

Maryland Circuit Courts

The Circuit Courts of Maryland are the state trial courts of general jurisdiction in Maryland. They are Marylands highest courts of record exercising original jurisdiction at law and in equity in all civil and criminal matters, and have such addi ...

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